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Holy Shab-e-Qadr today

Soon the situation in Chittagong Hill Tracts will be calm: Obaidul Quader

KNF attack to loot money and show capability: RAB

Kidnapped manager of Sonali Bank returns to his family

Home Minister to visit Bandarban tomorrow to inspect situation

Dhaka expects more foreign cooperation

Dhaka, Jan 11: The new government in Bangladesh needs more international cooperation to make the country poverty and hunger free by 2041. This is why cooperation, support and partnership are essential in today's world.

No one arrested for political reasons: Foreign Minister

Dhaka, Dec 28: Foreign Minister AK Abdul Momen said that no political party activist had been arrested for political reasons.

Election tide now flowing in Bangladesh: Foreign Minister

Dhaka, Nov 25: Foreign Minister AK Abdul Momen MP said that election tide is blowing in Bangladesh now. The condition of the country is very good, the national election will be held in a fair and peaceful manner at the announced time.

Nothing will happen to Bangladesh if US imposes sanctions: Foreign Minister

Dhaka, Nov 20: Foreign Minister AK Abdul Momen said that United States is a country of sanctions. They can give sanctions if they want, they are rich.

UN statement incorrect, govt to protest

Dhaka, Nov 2: Foreign Minister AK Abdul Momen said that the statement given by the Office of the United Nations High Commissioner for Human Rights (OHCHR) about the recent political situation in Bangladesh is incorrect. He said, the government will protest.

BNP misleads foreign friends to gain sympathy: Foreign Minister

Dhaka, Oct 31: Foreign Minister AK Abdul Momen has alleged that BNP often misleads diplomatic missions and foreign friends to gain sympathy.

Concerns of foreign missions over the October 28 violence

Own Correspondent, Dhaka, 31 October 2023: The foreign missions in Dhaka have expressed concern over the political violence in Dhaka on Saturday around the rally of BNP. The diplomatic missions expressed this concern in a joint statement on Monday. The Australian High Commission in Dhaka has released a joint statement in a post on their Facebook.

We don't go to foreigners, they come to us: Foreign Minister

Dhaka, Oct 16: Foreign Minister Dr. AK Abdul Momen said, "We don't go to foreigners, foreigners come to us. Look, how many people from America are coming to us."

Bangladesh always in favour of Palestine: Foreign Minister

Dhaka, Oct 14: Foreign Minister AK Abdul Momen MP said Bangladesh is always in favour of Palestine.

We want visa-free relations with India: Foreign Minister

Dhaka, Oct 6: Foreign Minister Dr. AK Abdul Momen said Bangladesh wants visa-free relations with India in the future.

US won't support those who will not participate in elections: Momen

Dhaka, Oct 5: Foreign Minister Dr. AK Abdul Momen said that the political parties who do not want to participate in the upcoming general elections of Bangladesh will not get any support from the United States.

Canada has now become an arena for murderers: Foreign Minister

Dhaka, Sept 30: The diplomatic landscape is changing. After the killing of Khalistani terrorist Hardeep Singh Nijja raised tensions between India and Canada, Bangladesh has now raised its own complaint against Canada's extradition policy. Canada's refusal to extradite Noor Chowdhury, the murderer of Bangladesh's Father of the Nation Sheikh Mujibur Rahman, is now at the center of this controversy. In an exclusive interview with 'India Today', Bangladesh Foreign Minister AK Abdul Momen said, "Canada cannot be the home of murderers. On the one hand, the killers are safe in Canada, on the other hand, the family members of the deceased are living in hardship."

Sheikh Hasina-Modi consensus to strengthen Dhaka-Delhi relations

Dhaka, Sept 9: Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina and Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi expressed satisfaction over the deep relationship existing between the two countries and at the same time agreed to take effective steps to further strengthen the relationship.

We want a peaceful solution to any problem through discussion: Dr. Momen

Dhaka, Sept 8: Foreign Minister Dr. AK Abdul Momen said that Bangladesh wants a peaceful solution to any problem through dialogue.

External interference in internal issues of Bangladesh is not acceptable: Russian Foreign Minister

Dhaka, Sept 8: Bangladesh has maintained an independent foreign policy despite pressure from the United States and its allies. It is not right that the US and their friends are trying to use force on Bangladesh. Foreign Minister of Russia Sergey Lavrov commented that the attempt of foreign powers to interfere in the internal issues of Bangladesh is not acceptable.